Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team
Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

McGrath Estate Agents has recruited Brisbane agent Joseph Lordi to its McGrath Bayside/Manly office in Brisbane’s northeast, specialising in the premium suburbs of Wynnum, Manly and Raby Bay.

Justin Marsden, McGrath State Manager for Queensland, said  “Joseph has deservedly made his mark as a young agent, selling over $20 million in property in 2018. ”

Joseph Lordi started his real estate career in 2014 at 18, selling investor apartments in St Lucia.

His career has included achieving $8.8 million for 128 Crosby Road, Ascot (pictured below). 

Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

In 2018, Joseph ranked 2nd in Queensland’s Sotheby’s International Realty network, having represented the three of the highest sales in Wynnum in 2018:

  • $1,757,500 for a six bedroom home on 2045sqm at 41 Brindisi Place, Wynnum (pictured below);

Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

  • $1,660,000 for a five bedroom home with bay views on 2045smq at 17 Alverna Close, Wynnum (pictured below); and

Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

  • $1,655,000 for a 4 bedroom home at 193 Wynnum Esplanade on 403sqm with expansive views.

Joseph Lordi joins McGrath's Brisbane team

Joseph thinks Brisbane is a city that shows tremendous value in comparison to Sydney and Melbourne.

"For the Brisbane Bayside market, I’m finding a great majority of out of area buyers are coming from nearby suburbs such as Carindale, Bulimba and Morningside.

“These buyers tend to spend most of their weekends here and are attracted by the natural beauty of the area and its close access to Moretan Bay, in many cases they decide to relocate," Mr Lordi says.

Mr Marsden said McGrath would continue with their recruitment drive in Brisbane.

He also confirmed that John Smith also from Sotheby’s, had joined McGrath’s Bayside Manly team as Sales Director for the two offices that belong to the franchise operated by Pamela Neilson and Stephen Everett.

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